Question about Heating & Cooling
I advice you reset the unit, you can check the user manual as regards resetting the unit, if after resetting, the problem still persist, follow the below,
Step OneRemove the front grill. Pry it off with a putty knife if it's held by clips, or use a screwdriver if it is screwed in place. 2Step TwoUnplug the air conditioner, slide it out of the window cabinet and set it on a sturdy table. You may need a helper to move the air conditioner if it's heavy. 3Step ThreeLocate the mesh filter. It covers the radiator-like fins on the machine's evaporator coils. 4Step FourRemove the filter, and wash it and the grill in a mixture of warm, soapy water and bleach--this will remove any mold. Shake out the excess water and set the filter and grill in your dish drain to dry. 5Step FiveVacuum the evaporator coils thoroughly, using a vacuum with brush attachment. Remove any stubborn dirt with a plastic scrub brush. 6Step SixInspect the fins on the coils. If any fins are bent or flattened, buy a fin comb from an appliance store and run the comb up or down the fins to straighten them. 7Step SevenTurn the air conditioner around so the back is facing you. You will see a second set of coils--the machine's condenser coils. 8Step EightVacuum these coils thoroughly, using the vacuum and brush attachment. Remove any stubborn dirt with a plastic scrub brush. 9Step NineInspect the fins on the condenser coils, and if any are bent, use the fin comb to straighten them. 10Step TenRemove any dirt or lint from inside the unit, using the vacuum and crevice attachment. Make sure you clean the fan blades, too, using the vacuum and brush attachment. 11Step Eleven Put the air conditioner back into the window cabinet. 12Step Twelve Reinstall the filter and front grill, and plug in the machine.
Posted on Jul 15, 2010
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